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U-17 '91 MNT Defeat Mexico 3-0

MOUILLERON LE CAPTIF, France (April 9, 2007) - The U.S. Under-17 '91 MNT shutout Mexico, 3-0, in their final match of the 35th Mondial Minimes International Tournament this afternoon in Mouilleron le Captif, France. With the victory, the U.S. finished in ninth place out of 12 teams.

The U.S. scored all three of its goals in the first half as they dominated Mexico for the entire game. The U.S. outshot Mexico, 13-4, and never allowed their rival to earn a single corner kick. Scott Caldwell, who suffered a shot to the lip and stayed in the game after getting eight stitches, was involved in all three goals.

The first two goals came off corner kicks, with the first coming in the ninth minute. Dersu Abolfathi timed his run perfectly to head home Caldwell's corner just in front of the Mexican goalkeeper.

Abolfathi was also able to get his head to another corner from Caldwell in the 20th minute, but this time he flicked it back to a waiting Kofi Sarkodie who was able to head it into the net from close range.

The final goal for the U.S. came off a penalty kick just before halftime. Caldwell was brought down in the box and Abdus Ibrahim finished from the spot.

U.S. Under-17 Men’s National Team Game Report

Participants: USA vs. Mexico
Competition: 35th Mondial Minimes International Tournament
Location: Mouilleron Le Captif, France
Date: April 9, 2007
Weather: Clear, 65 Degrees

Scoring Summary:
              1     2      F
USA      3     0      3
MEX      0     0      0

USA – Dersu Abolfathi (Scott Caldwell)              9th minute
USA – Kofi Sarkodie (Dersu Abolfathi)                20.
USA – Abdusalam Ibrahim (Penatly Kick)          40.  

Lineups:
USA: 1-Cody Mizell (18-Keegan Gunderson, 41); 8-Kofi Sarkodie, 3-Gale Agbossoumonde, 7-Chad Barson, 4-Luis Herrera; 5-Amobi Okugo, 12-Scott Caldwell, (Korey Veeder, 74), 11-Abdusalam Ibrahim; 15-Kadeem Dacres (10-Charles Renken, 41), 6-Dersu Abolfathi (14-Ben Speas, 67), 16-Ryan Finley (13-CJ Phelps, 74)
Subs not used: 2-Alex Herrera, 17-Parker Walsh
Head Coach: Raul Diaz Arce

MEX: 1-Ivan de Jesus Gomez Gomez (12-Victor Santiago Maclas Zavala, 75); 2-Carlos Missael Lopez Verdugo (15-Ernesto Baltazar Sosa Arrendondo, 71), 3-Daniel Alberto Miranda Arredondo, 4-Kevin Quinonez Quintana (13-Milton Jair Fierro Sarabia, 79); 5-Alejandro Barrera Acuna (11-Daniel Gaston Obledo Perez, 39), 6-Edson Rivera Guzman, 7-Carlos Alberto Campos Avila, 8-Mario Padilla Leyva; 9-Victor Omar Manon Barron, 10-Juan Carlos Ivan Pineda Vazquez (17-Octavio Hernandez Mendez, 67), 18-Oscar Mora Valencia
Subs not used: 14-Oscar Mancilla de la Torre, 16-Beethoven Lopez Rodriguez
Head Coach:

Statistical Summary:
                                      USA      MEX
Shots                             13          4  
Shots on goal                7           3
Saves                              3          4
Fouls                             14          8
Corner Kicks                 3           0
Offside                            3           0

Misconduct Summary:
none

35th Mondial Minimes International Tournament
STANDINGS AND RESULTS

Group D
Team    GP   W  L  T    GF  GA  GD   Pts.
ENG       2      1   0  1     3      0    +3     4
IRE         2     1   1  0      2      4     -2     3
USA        2      0   1  1     1      2     -1     1

Tuesday, April 3
England 3, Ireland 0

Wednesday, April 4
USA 0, England 0

Thursday, April 5
Ireland 2, USA 1

Group C
Team    GP   W  L  T    GF  GA  GD   Pts.
ITA          2      2   0  0     3      1    +2     6
JPN        2      0   1  1     2      3     -1     0
ROM       2      0   1  1     1      2     -1     0

Tuesday, April 3
Italy 2, Japan 1

Wednesday, April 4
Italy 1, Romania 0

Thursday, April 5
Romania 1, Japan 1

Group B
Team    GP   W  L  T    GF  GA  GD   Pts.
GER       2      2   0  0     5      1    +4     6
BEL        2      0   1  1     3      4     -1     1
MEX        2      0   1  1     2      5     -3     1

Tuesday, April 3
Germany 3, Mexico 0

Wednesday, April 4
Germany 2, Belgium 1

Thursday, April 5
Belgium 2, Mexico 2

Group A
Team    GP   W   L   T    GF  GA  GD   Pts.
FRA         2     2    0   0     5      1    +4     6
RUS        2     1    1   0     4      5    -1     3
CAM        2     0    2   0      2     5     -3     0

Tuesday, April 3
France 2, Cameroon 0

Wednesday, April 4
Russia 3, Cameroon 2

Thursday, April 5
France 3, Russia 1

SECOND ROUND
Elite Teams
Semifinal
Saturday, April 7
England 1, France 0 
Germany 3, Italy 0 

Third Place
Monday, April 9
France 1, Italy 0

Final
Monday, April 9
England vs. Germany

Second/Third Place Teams
Saturday, April 7
Belgium 1, Japan 0
Russia 4, Republic of Ireland 2
USA 1, Cameroon 1 (5-4 PKs)
Mexico 1, Romania 0 

Saturday, April 9
Belgium 1, Russia 0
USA 3, Mexico 0
Republic of Ireland 5, Japan 2
Cameroon 0, Romania 0

U-17 '91 MNT Defeat Cameroon in PKs

CHANTONNAY, France (April 7, 2007) - The U.S. Under-17 '91 Men's National Team defeated Cameroon in penalty kicks, 5-4, this afternoon after battling to a 1-1 draw during their first match of the consulation bracket of the 35th Mondial Minimes International Tournament in Chantonnay, France.

The U.S. will now face Mexico on Monday, April 9.

Cameroon struck first in the 28th minute when forward Armand Biheng Boum intercepted a pass in the center circle and unleashed a shot from distance that beat goalkeeper Keegan Gunderson who was off his line.

The U.S. bounced back just minutes later when Alex Herrera played the ball down the right flank for CJ Phelps. The forward quickly took a touch toward goal before centering the ball across the boxx to a waiting Ryan Finley who finished past the Cameroon 'keeper.

U.S. Under-17 Men’s National Team Game Report

Participants: USA vs. Cameron
Competition: 35th Mondial Minimes International Tournament
Location: Chantonnay, France
Date: April 7, 2007
Weather: Clear, 70 Degrees

Scoring Summary:
               1     2      F     PK’s
USA       1     0      1       5
CAM       1     0      1       4

CAM – Armand Biheng Boum            28th minute
USA – Ryan Finley (CJ Phelps)         34.

Lineups:
USA: 18-Keegan Gunderson; 2-Alex Herrera (15-Kadeem Dacres, 74), 3-Gale Agbossoumonde, 7-Chad Barson, 17-Parker Walsh; 5-Amobi Okugo, 10-Charles Renken (12-Scott Caldwell, 63), 14-Ben Speas; 13-CJ Phelps (9-Korey Veeder, 68), 16-Ryan Finley (6-Dersu Abolfathi, 56) 11-Abdusalam Ibrahim
Subs not used: 1-Cody Mizell, 4-Luis Herrera, 8-Kofi Sarkodie
Head Coach: Raul Diaz Arce

CAM: 1-Jacques Celestin Mbenoun; 17-Anicet Kenle Nguepi, 2-Salomon Pascal Kaldjob, 6- Daniel Gaston Ekwalla Tanga, 7-Yves Roland Tchokouahe (4-Franklin Ngoe, 44); 3-Thomas Daquin Ngemhe Massou (5-Seguy Paul Nyobe Nken, 55), 12-Patrick Mvondo Mvondo, 18-Gedeon Kamden Modjo (11-Didier Rostan Yimga, 49), 8-Georges Julio Mbiki Mbiki; 10-Armand Biheng Boum (Lazare Osyris Essaga Belibi, 80), 14-Paul Bertin Manga (9-Richard Marie Bodo, 63)
Subs not used: 13-Marcel Claude Narmaye, 16-Nocilas Arnaud Mvodo Tsya,
Head Coach: Isaac Bassoua

Statistical Summary:
                                   USA      CAM
Shots                          13          17  
Shots on goal             7            6
Saves                           5            6
Fouls                          16          18
Corner Kicks              5            3
Offside                         6            1

Misconduct Summary:
CAM – Paul bertin Manga (caution)                           37th minute
USA – Amobi Okugo (caution)                                    48.
CAM – Salomon Pascal Kaldjob (caution)               59.

35th Mondial Minimes International Tournament
STANDINGS AND RESULTS

Group D
Team    GP   W  L  T    GF  GA  GD   Pts.
ENG       2      1   0  1     3      0    +3     4
IRE         2     1   1  0      2      4     -2     3
USA        2      0   1  1     1      2     -1     1

Tuesday, April 3
England 3, Ireland 0

Wednesday, April 4
USA 0, England 0

Thursday, April 5
Ireland 2, USA 1

Group C
Team    GP   W  L  T    GF  GA  GD   Pts.
ITA          2      2   0  0     3      1    +2     6
JPN        2      0   1  1     2      3     -1     0
ROM       2      0   1  1     1      2     -1     0

Tuesday, April 3
Italy 2, Japan 1

Wednesday, April 4
Italy 1, Romania 0

Thursday, April 5
Romania 1, Japan 1

Group B
Team    GP   W  L  T    GF  GA  GD   Pts.
GER       2      2   0  0     5      1    +4     6
BEL        2      0   1  1     3      4     -1     1
MEX        2      0   1  1     2      5     -3     1

Tuesday, April 3
Germany 3, Mexico 0

Wednesday, April 4
Germany 2, Belgium 1

Thursday, April 5
Belgium 2, Mexico 2

Group A
Team    GP   W   L   T    GF  GA  GD   Pts.
FRA         2     2    0   0     5      1    +4     6
RUS        2     1    1   0     4      5    -1     3
CAM        2     0    2   0      2     5     -3     0

Tuesday, April 3
France 2, Cameroon 0

Wednesday, April 4
Russia 3, Cameroon 2

Thursday, April 5
France 3, Russia 1

SECOND ROUND
Elite Teams
Semifinal
Saturday, April 7
England 1, France 0
Germany 3, Italy 0

Third Place
Monday, April 9
France vs. Italy

Final
Monday, April 9
England vs. Germany

Second/Third Place Teams
Saturday, April 7
Belgium 1, Japan 0
Russia 4, Republic of Ireland 2
USA 1, Cameroon 1 (5-4 PKs)
Mexico 1, Romania 0

Saturday, April 9
Belgium vs. Russia
USA vs. Mexico
Japan vs. Republic of Ireland
Cameroon vs. Romania

U.S. U-17 '91 MNT Fall to Ireland

CHATONNAY, France (April 5, 2007) - The U.S. Under-17 '91 Men's National Team fell to the Republic of Ireland, 2-1, this afternoon in their second match of the 35th Mondial Minimes International Tournament in Chantonnay, France.

With the loss, the U.S. finished last in the three-team Group D and will now move on to the consolation bracket. The U.S. will face Cameroon, who finished third in Group A with Russia and France, on Saturday, April 7.

The U.S., which had a chance to win the group after their scoreless draw with England on Wednesday, took the lead in the 16th minute behind a goal from Abdusalam Ibrahim. The attack started when Ben Speas slipped a through ball behind the Irish defense for Korey Veeder, who's breakaway was saved by the Irish 'keeper. Veeder raced the loose ball down on the left side and quickly served in a cross to Ibrahim, who headed the ball into the open net as the 'keeper attempted to recover.

The U.S. lead didn't last long as Ireland struck back five minutes later when James Wallace finished past Cody Mizell, who earned his first international cap with the U.S. U-17s.  Mizell made an initial save, but Wallace was there for the rebound from close range.

Karl Sheppard provided the game-winner for Ireland before halftime off a corner kick when he snuck his shot past Mizell in the 40th minute after a scramble in the box.

U.S. Under-17 Men’s National Team Game Report

Participants: USA vs. IRELAND
Competition: 35th Mondial Minimes International Tournament
Location: Chantonnay, France
Date: April 5, 2007
Weather: Clear, 60 Degrees

Scoring Summary:
               1     2      F
USA       1     0      1
IRE         2    0      2

USA – Abdusalam Ibrahim (Korey Veeder)            16th minute
IRE – James Wallace                                                 21.
IRE – Karl Sheppard (Greg Cunningham)             40.

Lineups:
USA: 1-Cody Mizell; 8-Kofi Sarkodie, 3-Gale Agbossoumonde (2-Alex Herrera, 59), 7-Chad Barson, 17-Parker Walsh (16-Ryan Finley, 50); 5-Amobi Okugo, 12-Scott Caldwell (15-Kadeem Dacres, 54), 14-Ben Speas, (4-Luis Herrera, 65); 6-Dersu Abolfathi, 9-Korey Veeder (10-Charles Renken, 63), 11-Abdusalam Ibrahim
Subs not used: 18-Keegan Gunderson, 13-CJ Phelps
Head Coach: Raul Diaz Arce

IRE: 1-Harry Lee; 2-Niall Byrne (17-Stephen Last, 74), 3-Richard Towell, 4-Kallum Keane, 5-John Dunleavy: 7-Aaron Doran (15-Jason Hughes, 66), 6-Conor Clifford, 11-Greg Cunningham, 12-Conor Hourihane; 9- James Wallace, 14-Karl Sheppard
Subs not used: 16-Mark Connors, 8-Gearoid Morrissey, 10-Paul Murphy, 13-David Heagney, 18-Robert Gibbons
Head Coach: Vincent Butler

Statistical Summary:
                                  USA      IRE
Shots                         11        13  
Shots on goal            5           5
Saves                          3           4
Fouls                         19        15
Corner Kicks             4           6
Offside                        0           3

Misconduct Summary:
IRE – Greg Cunningham (caution)          38th minute
IRE – Conor Clifford (caution)                  40.
USA – Kofi Sarkodie (caution)                  42.
USA – Kofi Sarkodie (sent off)                  64.
IRE –  Harry Lee (caution)                         71.
IRE – James Wallace (caution)               80.

35th Mondial Minimes International Tournament
STANDINGS AND RESULTS

Group D
Team    GP   W  L  T    GF  GA  GD   Pts.
ENG       2      1   0  1     3      0    +3     4
IRE         2     1   1  0      2      4     -2     3
USA        2      0   1  1     1      2     -1     1

Tuesday, April 3
England 3, Ireland 0

Wednesday, April 4
USA 0, England 0

Thursday, April 5
Ireland 2, USA 1

Group C
Team    GP   W  L  T    GF  GA  GD   Pts.
ITA          2      2   0  0     3      1    +2     6
JPN        2      0   1  1     2      3     -1     0
ROM       2      0   1  1     1      2     -1     0

Tuesday, April 3
Italy 2, Japan 1

Wednesday, April 4
Italy 1, Romania 0

Thursday, April 5
Romania 1, Japan 1

Group B
Team    GP   W  L  T    GF  GA  GD   Pts.
GER       2      2   0  0     5      1    +4     6
BEL        2      0   1  1     3      4     -1     1
MEX        2      0   1  1     2      5     -3     1

Tuesday, April 3
Germany 3, Mexico 0

Wednesday, April 4
Germany 2, Belgium 1

Thursday, April 5
Belgium 2, Mexico 2

Group A
Team    GP   W   L   T    GF  GA  GD   Pts.
FRA         2     2    0   0     5      1    +4     6
RUS        2     1    1   0     4      5    -1     3
CAM        2     0    2   0      2     5     -3     0

Tuesday, April 3
France 2, Cameroon 0

Wednesday, April 4
Russia 3, Cameroon 2

Thursday, April 5
France 3, Russia 1

SECOND ROUND
Elite Teams
Semifinal
Saturday, April 7
France vs. England (Semifinal 1)
Germany vs. Italy (Semifinal 2)

Third Place
Monday, April 9
Loser 1 vs. Loser 2

Final
Monday, April 9
Winner 1 vs. Winner 2

Second/Third Place Teams
Saturday, April 7
Belgium vs. Japan (Second 1)
Russia vs. Republic of Ireland (Second 2)
Cameroon vs. USA (Third 1)
Mexico vs. Romania (Third 2)

Saturday, April 9
Winner Second 1 vs. Winner Second 2
Winner Third 1 vs. Winner Third 2
Loser Second 1 vs. Loser Second 2
Loser Third 1 vs. Loser Third 2

U-17 '91 MNT Draw With England

LES ESSARTS, France (April 4, 2007) - The U.S. Under-17 '91 Men's National Team battled England to a scoreless draw this afternoon in their opening match of the 35th Mondial Minimes International Tournament in Les Essarts, France.

While the match was the opener for the U.S. in Group D, it was the second for England, who had defeated Ireland, 3-0, on Tuesday.

The U.S. will next face Ireland on Thursday. If the U-17 '91s can secure a four-goal victory over Ireland, the U.S. will win Group D.

U.S. Under-17 Men’s National Team Game Report

Participants: USA vs. England
Competition: 35th Mondial Minimes International Tournament
Location: Les Essarts, France
Date: April 4, 2007
Weather: Clear, 63 Degrees

Scoring Summary:
                1     2      F
USA        0     0      0
ENG        0     0      0 

Lineups:
USA: 1-Cody Mizell; 9-Korey Veeder, 3-Gale Agbossoumonde, 7-Chad Barson, 8-Kofi Sarkodie; 5-Amobi Okugo, 12-Scott Caldwell, 6-Dersu Abolfathi (17-Parker Walsh, 76); 10-Charles Renken (15-Kadeem Dacres, 69), 16-Ryan Finley (14-Ben Speas, 60) 11-Abdusalam Ibrahim,
Subs not used: 18-Keegan Gunderson, 2-Alex Herrera, 4-Luis Herrera, 13-CJ Phelps
Head Coach: Raul Diaz Arce

ENG: 13-Declan Rudd; 3-Ben Gordon, 6-Thomas Cruise, 7-Matt James (2-Christopher Solly, 76), 14-Adam Smith: 11-Andros Townsend (15-Nicholas Ajose, 64), 17-Mitchell McPike, 10-John Bostock (8-Dean Parrett, 41), 18-Harry Forrester (9-Nathan Delfouneso, 73), 16-Jacob Mellis (4-Oliver Norwood, 58), 12-Adam Philip
Subs not used: 1-Wesley Foreringham, 5-Kyle Bartley,
Head Coach: Kenny Swain

Statistical Summary:
                                USA      ENG
Shots                       13         12  
Shots on goal          6           3
Saves                        3           6
Fouls                       11         17
Corner Kicks            5           5
Offside                       4           3

Misconduct Summary:
None

35th Mondial Minimes International Tournament
STANDINGS AND RESULTS

Group D
Team    GP   W  L  T    GF  GA  GD   Pts.
ENG       2      1   0  1     3      0    +3     4
USA        1      0   0  1     0      0      0     1
IRE         1      0   1  0     0      3     -3     0

Tuesday, April 3
England 3, Ireland 0

Wednesday, April 4
USA 0, England 0

Thursday, April 5
USA vs. Ireland

Group C
Team    GP   W  L  T    GF  GA  GD   Pts.
ITA          2      2   0  0     3      1    +2     6
JPN        1      0   1  0     1      2     -1     0
ARG       1      0   1  0     0      1     -1     0

Tuesday, April 3
Italy 2, Japan 1

Wednesday, April 4
Italy 1, Argentina 0

Thursday, April 5
Argentina vs. Japan

Group B
Team    GP   W  L  T    GF  GA  GD   Pts.
GER       2      2   0  0     5      1    +4     6
BEL        1      0   1  0     1      2     -1     0
MEX        1      0   1  0     0      3     -3     0

Tuesday, April 3
Germany 3, Mexico 0

Wednesday, April 4
Germany 2, Belgium 1

Thursday, April 5
Belgium vs. Mexico

Group A
Team    GP   W  L  T    GF  GA  GD   Pts.
FRA         1     1   0  0     2      0    +2     3
RUS        1     1   0  0     3      2    +1     3
CAM         1     0  1   0    2      3     -1     0

Tuesday, April 3
France 2, Cameroon 0

Wednesday, April 4
Russia 3, Cameroon 2

Thursday, April 5
France vs. Russia

SECOND ROUND
Elite Teams
Semifinal
Saturday, April 7
1st A vs. 1st D (Semifinal 1)
1st B vs. 1st C (Semifinal 2)

Third Place
Monday, April 9
Loser 1 vs. Loser 2

Final
Monday, April 9
Winner 1 vs. Winner 2

Second/Third Place Teams
Saturday, April 7
2nd B vs. 2nd C (Second 1)
2nd A vs. 2nd D (Second 2)
3rd A vs. 3rd D (Third 1)
3rd B vs. 3rd C (Third 2)

Saturday, April 9
Winner Second 1 vs. Winner Second 2
Winner Third 1 vs. Winner Third 2
Loser Second 1 vs. Loser Second 2
Loser Third 1 vs. Loser Third 2

U-17 MNT Arrives in France to Prepare for Mondial Minimes Tournament

The U.S. Under-17 ’91 Men’s National Team arrived in France last week to prepare for the 35th Mondial Minimes International Tournament in from April 3-9 in Montaigu, France. The U.S. was placed into Group D with England and Ireland in the 12-team tournament, and will play two games in two days, opening the tournament against England on Wednesday, April 4 and then facing Ireland on Thursday, April 5. The Group D games will be played in Chantonnay and Les Essarts. Depending on their standings in Group D, the U.S. will play two more placement matches on Sunday, April 7 and Monday, April 9. Group A includes France, Cameroon and Russia, while Group B includes Mexico, Germany and Belgium and Group C has Argentina, Italy and Japan. U.S. Under-17 assistant coach Raul Diaz Arce will lead the ‘91s through the tournament. Arce has named an 18-player roster for the trip, which includes a mix of players currently in U.S. Soccer’s Residency Program and players the coaching staff is looking at possibly inviting in for the next semester. The players from Residency include Gale Agbossoumonde, Amobi Okugo, Dersu Abolfathi, Kofi Sarkodie, Charles Renken (’93), Abdus Ibrahim, Scott Caldwell and Ryan Finley.

U.S. Under-17 ’91 MNT Schedule
Date     Opponent
April 4  England
April 5  Ireland
April 7  TBD
April 9  TBD

U.S. Under-17 ’91 MNT Roster
GOALKEEPERS (2): Cody Mizell (Woodstock, Ga.), Keegan Gunderson (Circle Pines, Minn.)
DEFENDERS (7): Alexander Herrera (Arlington, Va.), Gale Agbossoumonde (Syracuse, N.Y.), Luis Herrera (Harlingen, Texas), Chad Barson (Lewis Center, Ohio), Kofi Sarkodie (Huber Heights, Ohio), Regionald Phelps (Boynton Beach, Fla.), Parker Walsh (Roanoke, Va.)
MIDFIELDERS (5): Amobi Okugo (Sacramento, Calif.), Korey Veeder (St. Petersburg, Fla.), Scott Caldwell (Braintree, Mass.), Ben Speas (Stow, Ohio), Kadeem Dacres (Rosedale, N.Y.)
FORWARDS (4): Dersu Abolfathi (Irvine, Calif.), Charles Renken (Edwardsville, Ill.), Abdus Ibrahim (Richfield, Minn.), Ryan Finley (Lumberton, N.J.)

U-17 '91 MNT to Participate in Mondial Minimes Tournament

CHICAGO (March 29, 2007) - The U.S. Under-17 ’91 Men’s National Team will take part in the 35th Mondial Minimes International Tournament in from April 3-9 in Montaigu, France. The U.S. was placed into Group D with England and Ireland in the 12-team tournament, and will leave on March 30 to prepare for their first match.

The U.S. will play two games in two days, opening the tournament against England on Wednesday, April 4 and then facing Ireland on Thursday, April 5. The Group D games will be played in Chantonnay and Les Essarts.

Depending on their standings in Group D, the U.S. will play two more placement matches on Sunday, April 7 and Monday, April 9. Group A includes France, Cameroon and Russia, while Group B includes Mexico, Germany and Belgium and Group C has Argentina, Italy and Japan.

U.S. Under-17 assistant coach Raul Diaz Arce will lead the ‘91s through the tournament. Arce has named an 18-player roster for the trip, which includes a mix of players currently in U.S. Soccer’s Residency Program and players the coaching staff is looking at possibly inviting in for the next semester.

The players from Residency include Gale Agbossoumonde, Amobi Okugo, Dersu Abolfathi, Kofi Sarkodie, Charles Renken (’93), Abdus Ibrahim, Scott Caldwell and Ryan Finley.

U.S. Under-17 ’91 MNT Schedule
Date        Opponent
April 4      England
April 5      Ireland
April 7      TBD
April 9      TBD

U.S. Under-17 ’91 MNT Roster
GOALKEEPERS (2): Cody Mizell (Woodstock, Ga.), Keegan Gunderson (Circle Pines, Minn.)
DEFENDERS (7): Alexander Herrera (Arlington, Va.), Gale Agbossoumonde (Syracuse, N.Y.), Luis Herrera (Harlingen, Texas), Chad Barson (Lewis Center, Ohio), Kofi Sarkodie (Huber Heights, Ohio), Regionald Phelps (Boynton Beach, Fla.), Parker Walsh (Roanoke, Va.)
MIDFIELDERS (5): Amobi Okugo (Sacramento, Calif.), Korey Veeder (St. Petersburg, Fla.), Scott Caldwell (Braintree, Mass.), Ben Speas (Stow, Ohio), Kadeem Dacres (Rosedale, N.Y.)
FORWARDS (4): Dersu Abolfathi (Irvine, Calif.), Charles Renken (Edwardsville, Ill.), Abdus Ibrahim (Richfield, Minn.), Ryan Finley (Lumberton, N.J.)

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